There was a moment in the second half where he received the ball on the right wing and could have easily played a first-time pass back to an unmarked Gana. Instead, he held the ball for a couple of seconds and created an angle for a back-post cross to Calvert-Lewin. Obviously, we didn't score, but you can't fault the process. If you want to score goals, you need creative players who aren't afraid to try stuff, and I don't see an ounce of fear in this guy. One of three outfield players in this side that I actually enjoy watching right now.